The Date the Internet Told Us We Would Die (detail), by Caleb Larsen
Caleb Larsen is a young artist (now studying at RISD and clearly very caught up in art history) who works extensively in digital media and has his first real outing in Seattle at Lawrimore Project this month. I caught up with him to talk about the generation of a patch of frost in the gallery, how to film boiling water without steaming up the camera, the restoration of the oral tradition to the epic of Gilgamesh by way of computer, mopeds, titles, and his death.
Caleb Larsen's A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter, a wooden box that sells itself on eBay
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